ATROCITY: New 'Die Gottlosen Jahre' DVD Trailer Available
March 19, 2012
A new trailer for "Die Gottlosen Jahre" (English translation: The Godless Years),the forthcoming DVD from long-running German metallers ATROCITY, can be seen below. The set will be released on March 30.
Commented the band: "After years of preparation, rediscovering old treasures and unveiling unforgettable memories of our musical adventures, we are finally able to share our history which extends over a period of more than two decades since we formed the band in 1985. The DVD features the three-hour long anthology 'Die Gottlosen Jahre', including tons of unreleased and rare footage, moreover, more than 80 inteviewes from the global metal and gothic scene. It makes us unbelievably proud that so many people helped us during this long and detailed production process. The movie chronicles happenings around the scene bound to each period, evolving into its own chapter. Additionally, the double DVD including audio CD release includes the 25th-anniversary special show at Wacken Open Air 2010, as well as a number of bonus clips, such as the short, Dreath-Sidestory Underground."
"Die Gottlosen Jahre" features more than 80 interviews, including those with members of CARCASS, ARCH ENEMY, KREATOR, DIMMU BORGIR, DEICIDE, OBITUARY, SODOM, LACRIMOSA, DAS ICH, OOMPH!, PAIN, CREMATORY, ENTOMBED, MORGOTH, NAPALM DEATH, PUNGENT STENCH, UMBRA ET IMAGO, SAMSAS TRAUM, as well as journalists, label staff, DJs, photographers, and fans. Reels and reels of rare unreleased film material and hundreds of photographs accompany the 25-year career of this German cult band. Of course, no ATROCITY retrospective would ever be complete without the legendary 25th-anniversary concert (performed at Wacken Open Air 2010 to a red-hot crowd led by frontman Alex Krull) or without an abundance of bonus material such as the documentary "No Sleep 'Til Wacken", the short "Dreath Sidestory Underground", featuring Alex Krull and Ralf Scheepers (PRIMAL FEAR),as well as a substantial collection of the band's video clips, including some of their greatest hits ("Taste of Sin", "Love Is Dead" and "Cold Black Days"),which were completely remastered to guarantee their fans the utmost enjoyment. As with all Mastersound Studio releases, the remaining material also boasts of a state-of-the-art production.
"Die Gottlosen Jahre" track listing:
Documentary - Die Gottlosen Jahre (The Godless Years)
01. No Sleep 'Til Wacken 02. Fatal Step 03. Necropolis 04. Blut 05. Willenskraft 06. Seasons in Black 07. Clash of the Titans 08. Die Todgeweihten 09. Danse Macabre 10. The Great Commandment 11. Fade To Grey 12. The Sun Always Shines on TV 13. Shout
01. Blut 02. Cold Black Days 03. The Sun Always Shines on TV 04. Reich of Phenomena (Liveclip) 05. Die Liebe (feat. Das Ich) 06. Taste of Sin 07. Shout (Liveclip) 08. Love is Dead 09. Fade to Grey (Liveclip) 10. Calling the Rain (feat. Yasmin) 11. The Great Commandment (Liveclip) 12. Miss Directed 13. Dreath - Sidestory "Underground"
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 PAL DV Sound: Stereo 2.0 Language: English/German Subtitle: English / German Regional Code: All Regions Running Time DVD I: 180 minutes Running Time DVD II: 116 minutes
Bonus Audio CD:
Live in Wacken 2010
01. Fatal Step 02. Necropolis 03. Blut 04. Willenskraft 05. Seasons in Black 06. Clash of the Titans 07. Die Todgeweihten 08. Danse Macabre 09. The Great Commandment 10. Fade To Grey
In other news, drummer Roland Navratil left ATROCITY "for private reasons and has been replaced by Joris Nijenhuis. The band states, "Not only is he a great guy; he also totally blew us away during his audition. He is the perfect match for the new ATROCITY material!"
States Joris: "I'm really excited to announce that I'm the new drummer for ATROCITY. After quitting DRDOOM, it wasn't easy to find a new band, but then [bassist] J.B. [Van Der Wal] told me that ATROCITY was looking for a new drummer. So I recorded an audition video of 'Reich Of Phenomena' and was asked to come to the studio a few weeks later to meet everyone. I'm really looking forward to play on the upcoming album and play a lot of shows."
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